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DN Chakravarty quits literary pensioners� body

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Nov 21 - Senior journalist DN Chakravarty, who is also the president of the Assam Journalists� and Literary Pensioners� Association, has tendered his resignation in view of his incapability to promote unity and understanding among the literary pensioners of the State.

Chakravarty, who has been holding the office of the president of the Association for the last two decades, thanked all its members for their cooperation, and regretted his failure to create an atmosphere of brotherly fellow feeling in the organisation.

Responding to a statement of an executive member of the Association, Chakravarty said that it would not be appropriate for him to hold the office of the president of the Association, with certain sections of the members holding sharply critical views against him.

Reacting sharply to the trend of a number of youths of Assam joining the ULFA(I), the senior journalist said it was most unfortunate that several brilliant students and youths of the State have joined the banned outfit without bothering about its credentials.

He said that in the last four decades of existence, the ULFA has been responsible for the killing of several thousand innocent people of Assam, including a large number of children, and has never been able to do any constructive work.

He said that ULFA has failed to plant a single sapling in the name of constructive work while its destructive ways led to the outflow of large amounts of capital from the State to other places like Siliguri, Gurgaon, Surat and Ahmedabad.

He said it is a pity that certain sections of intellectual and general people and a part of media were eulogising the banned outfit, unmindful of their devastating activities.

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DN Chakravarty quits literary pensioners� body

GUWAHATI, Nov 21 - Senior journalist DN Chakravarty, who is also the president of the Assam Journalists� and Literary Pensioners� Association, has tendered his resignation in view of his incapability to promote unity and understanding among the literary pensioners of the State.

Chakravarty, who has been holding the office of the president of the Association for the last two decades, thanked all its members for their cooperation, and regretted his failure to create an atmosphere of brotherly fellow feeling in the organisation.

Responding to a statement of an executive member of the Association, Chakravarty said that it would not be appropriate for him to hold the office of the president of the Association, with certain sections of the members holding sharply critical views against him.

Reacting sharply to the trend of a number of youths of Assam joining the ULFA(I), the senior journalist said it was most unfortunate that several brilliant students and youths of the State have joined the banned outfit without bothering about its credentials.

He said that in the last four decades of existence, the ULFA has been responsible for the killing of several thousand innocent people of Assam, including a large number of children, and has never been able to do any constructive work.

He said that ULFA has failed to plant a single sapling in the name of constructive work while its destructive ways led to the outflow of large amounts of capital from the State to other places like Siliguri, Gurgaon, Surat and Ahmedabad.

He said it is a pity that certain sections of intellectual and general people and a part of media were eulogising the banned outfit, unmindful of their devastating activities.

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